DONNA ON THE SIDE - Donna roams the sidelines and takes 217 pix
12th Hispanic Games
Jan 7, 2006 at the New York Armory
DyeStat on-site with John Dye, Donna Dye and Marc Davis
10 US#1 performances
Brian Rhodes-Devey NY 4:13.19, Kara McKenna NY 4:54.73 win invitational miles. Krystal Cantey NJ 55.16 and Clemore Henry NY 48.61 win invitational 400s. Lindsey Ferguson NY runs away from Aislinn Ryan in 3000m. Gabby Mayo NC doubles 55-200. Eleanor Roosevelt MD girls win three relays, Simon Gratz PA boys two.
|LSU High School Indoor
Track and Field Classic
Jan 6-7, 2006 at Maddox Fieldhouse
DyeStat on-site with Steve Underwood
Attendance Down, Quality Remains! 6 US#1 Marks!
Meet Story and 54 DyeStat Elite marks
- Girls 55 - Bianca Knight (pictured above) MS 6.82, then 6.79
- Boys LJ - Will Coppage LA 24-1.25 last jump for win.
- Girls 400 - Brandi Cross TX 54.89
- Boys TJ - Mike Green LA 47-9.5
- Boys 55 - Trey Harts LA 6.30
- Boys HJ - Kendrick Poullard LA 6-7
And Dallas Gold TC girls 1:40.27 4x200 (different schools - Tara Thomas, Sandy Wooten, Victoria Jordan, Porscha Lucas), Jordan Scott GA 16-4 boys PV, 8th-grader Cory McGee MS 5:10.73 girls 1600, Rachel Laurent LA 12-0 girls PV (missed 12-7),Tierah Hall TX 43-4.5 girls shot put, Karjuan Williams NC 1:56.59 boys 800, Stampede TC 3:55.44 girls 4x400, Armanti Hayes GA 48.92 boys 400, Tim Grier GA 7.47 55H, 47-6.75 TJ, 22-9.5 LJ... and much more.
|37th Dartmouth Relays
January 6-8, Leverone Fieldhouse, Dartmouth Coll. NH
- 32 DyeStat Elite marks
|Nicole Blood: Wins college 3k Sunday with US#1 9:36.67!
More US#1s! : Walter Henning NY national junior record (#3 all-time) US#1 81-0 for 25-pound weight. Also 56-9.25 shot put.
More Girls: Axrantxa King MA 19-6.5 girls LJ, Tynisha McMillan CT 46-8 girls shot put.
More Boys: Corey Mosley CT 1:21.20 600
- AL - Pelham Invitational- High school runners overcame frosty conditions in unheated horse arena (25 degrees outside to start the meet) to post some good times, especially in the 3200m. Scottsboro AL soph Caitlin Chitwood 11:07.12 (fr Madeline Morgan 11:12.48), and Hoover AL sr Jeremy Moujoodi 9:27.33 (fr Bill Matthews 9:31.26). James Hope won the 55m in 6.53. Hoover AL swept team honors.
- CO - FCTC All Comers - U. Colorado - Three US#1 marks --Niwot CO sr Sarah Griffen Matthews 7.47 60m (Eaglecrest jr Ashley Cruder 7.61), G. Washington Denver sr Talaya Owens 8.80 60H, and George Washington Denver sr Darius Reed 7.94 60H.
- IN -- 2006 USATF Indiana Indoor State Championships - Jan. 21, DePauw U. - Meet Info.
- KS -- KSU All Comers - Junction City KS jr DeAngela McDougald 24.91 200m beats collegians at Kansas State U. and posts US#1 time of indoor season. Monroe City MO sr Brian Hancock vaults 15-5.
- MD - U. Maryland Eastern Shore - Centreville VA soph Brittni Finch 19-7.5 LJ US#1. She also won the 60m dash in 7.98. Western Branch VA sr Courtland Marrinner 7.04 60m.
- MD -- F.I.T. Relays, Dec. 27- PG Sportsplex, Landover - Three meet records for Bethel VA sr. Francena McCorory 7.09 55m, 40.56 300m, 1:17.59 500m.
- MI -- MITS Series - Macomb CC - Temperance Bedford jr. Logan Lynch 16-0 PV, Detroit Mumford jr. Shayla Mahan 7.61 60m.
- NJ -- Ed Grant's New Jersey Roundup for Jan. 5.
- NJ -- Seton Hall Games Results , Dec. 27-28 - Seton Hall Univ.
- NY -- Southern Tier Champs, Jan. 7 - Cornell U. - Lynne Layne (7.17/18-9.75) and Carin Knight (5-6) lead New Rochelle.
- NY -- Rochester Relays - Without spikes at the RIT fieldhouse, Webster-Schroeder NY sr Gary Jones soared 48-4 in the triple jump, US#1 so far this season.
- NY -- 26th West Point Invitational, Jan. 2 - U.S. Military Academy, West Point NY - New Rochelle sr. Lynne Layne (left) wins the 200m in 25.07. Also, national leaders for Dan McManamon and Walter Henning. Photo by Tim Fulton / Armorytrack.com
- NY -- Colgate Women's Games - Week One - Dec. 30
- NY -- Fordham Prep Grinch Games Results, Dec. 30 - Fordham Univ
- NY -- PSAL Holiday Games, Dec. 29 - The Armory.
- NY -- Pearl River Holiday Meet Results, Dec. 27- Rockland CC.
- NY -- Marine Corp Holiday Classic, Dec. 27 - The Armory. Irvington NY sr. Casey DiCesare sets a meet and NY State Record with his 16-5 clearance. Girls winner New Rochelle NY (35) led by 33.90 shuttle hurdle relay (1.2 sec. faster than they won NSIC in last yr.). Newburgh wins boys title. Also, Bri Jackucewicz 4:59 1600 paces Colts Neck NY to 12:05.34 DMR win.
- OH - Northwest Elite Classic - Ohio Northern U. - Vandalia Butler OH jr Jimmy Pacifico 60-9.5 SP US#1, first thrower over 60 feet this season.
- PA -- Robert Burdette Holiday Classic, Dec. 30 - Lehigh Univ. - Five meet records, including Easton PA's Lindsey Regan 12-0 in pole vault.
- PA -- Christmas City Relays Results, Dec. 28 - Lehigh Univ.
- RI -- Brown Invitational, Dec. 29-30- Brown Univ - Full Results Day Two: Saratoga NY's Lindsey Ferguson 4:53.80 mile, New Rochelle NY's Lynn Layne 7.00 55m, Transit Tech NY's Clemore Henry 1:04.76 500m. Day One: Walter Henning (St. Anthony's, South Huntington, NY) sets national junior class record for 25-pound weight throw, 76-11.25.
- TN - Ed Temple Classic - At Tennessee State UK., Morrow GA jr Justin Christian finished second against collegians in 6:33 55m US#2. Stephenson GA jr Joanna Atkins had a nice double of 25.19 and 56.12 200/400. Lakota East OH sr William Johnson won the 800 in 1:55.72 US#3.
- VA - At Fork Union Military Academy's 160-meter unbanked track, FUMA jr Axel Mostrag won the 1000m in 2:33.20, fastest in the nation this season.
Great American gets new home
12/16/05 - The National Scholastic Sports Foundation has announced that the Great American Cross Country Festival will be moved to a new course at Spain Park in Hoover AL near Birmingham next year. The meet has been held in Cary NC the last 3 years. More . . .
Reebok Boston Indoor Games
Organizers have announced they will again hold Junior Invitational Miles for both boys and girls at their Jan. 28 meet. Press Release - Last year's coverage.
Steroid Testing in New Jersey
12/22/05 - New Jersey acting Governor Richard J. Codey has issued a first-in-the-nation plan to randomly test prep athletes for steriods at championship events. Story at espn.com
Surveys Indicate Possible Big News for Illinois Athletes
12/20/05 - Illinois principals and athletic directors have voted in a survey to allow out-of-state travel (if only one day of school is missed), and to move to three classifications for track and cross-country. However, a vote of the IHSA still must take place in a future meeting. Details at ihsa.org.
Virginia Tech changes
The Virginia Tech Invitational Jan 27-28 will be changed from prior years. No club or unattached athletes will be accepted, and entries will be limited to about 90 schools and 1,800 athletes
due to fire marshall rulings. The meet will be sanctioned for DC, VA, NC, WV, MD, TN and KY. For questions, contact Dan Ward.